Housing and improved home care are two of the areas proponents of a seniors' strategy want addressed, while some want a specific department and ministry for seniors' issues.
With a range of public drug plans already in existence, the federal government has a variety of models to choose from, including systems operating in B.C. and Quebec.
Over the next decade, the federal government plans to invest $25.3-billion in social infrastructure in communities across Canada—much-needed money to build affordable housing, early learning and childcare centres, and cultural and recreational infrastructure. But hospitals,…
Filling the gaps in money laundering and terrorist financing legislation is an important policy objective. It is equally important to promote a more efficient and cost-effective compliance regime for dealers and other reporting entities under the legislation and regulations.
MONTREAL—In the increasingly fiery debate over the planned expansion of the Alberta/B.C. Trans Mountain pipeline, there is no mystery about the conflicting end games of the three governments embroiled in the dispute. But what about…
If we have the will to use our foresight and start having the challenging conversations we need, accelerating climate action will make us all better off.
For B.C. to re-emerge as a climate leader, the following are required: mitigation and adaptation strategies that reduce the risks and impacts of climate change for British Columbians, a plan for achieving significant emissions cuts, and a strategy to better incentivize B.C.’s transition to low-carbon industries.
We look forward to announcements of immediate actions to protect both southern resident orcas and chinook salmon, without which these killer whales won’t survive.